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Principles of Classical Pedagogy II
LessonsLesson 1: An Introduction to Mimetic and Socratic Teaching (Preview Content)3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 2: An Interview on the Liberal Arts and Assessment1Topic
Lesson 3: Mimetic Teaching3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 4: An Interview on Imitation and Memory, Virtue Formation, and Form1Topic
Lesson 5: Socratic Teaching3Topics|1 Quiz
Lesson 6: An Interview on Socratic Teaching1Topic
Lesson 7: Training as an Apprentice with the Circe Institute2Topics
End of Course TestTest: End of Course Certification1 Quiz
Lesson 5, Topic 3
- After you’ve viewed this lecture, how would you define or summarize Socratic teaching?
- In what ways does Andrew present Socratic teaching as relating to biblical principles?
- Can you imagine how a teacher might distort Socratic teaching into something that it is not? What might that distortion look like?
- Socrates was sometimes called a “midwife.” In what sense can you, as a Socratic teacher, be called a midwife?
- Have you ever observed a fellow teacher who is reputed to be a good Socratic teacher? Why not begin observing other Socratic teachers and have your colleagues observe you and offer feedback?